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We just can’t seem to keep it to ourselves. With an emerging arts and entertainment scene, business district revitalization, industrial development on our riverfront property and appealing proximity to downtown Pittsburgh, McKees Rocks is bursting with energy.
As strategic projects and initiatives transform our neighborhood, we celebrate a better tomorrow for McKees Rocks & Stowe Township (Sto-Rox). We’re a community that’s been rejuvenated and we can’t wait to share this next chapter of our history with you.

Come see for yourself what all the hype is about here in “The Rocks”

Public Meeting Display Boards – Chartiers Avenue Streetscape Project – Phase I

The Chartiers Avenue Streetscape Project (Phase 1) is anticipated to consist of streetscape and multimodal transportation improvements to SR 51/Chartiers Avenue from McDonald’s Way to the bridge over Chartiers Creek. Potential improvements being considered include pedestrian and bicycle facilities, intersection […]

Public input session for lower Chartiers Avenue Roadway + Streetscape Improvements June 26

JOIN US: In-Person or Online McKees Rocks, PA – McKees Rocks Community Development Corporation (MRCDC) and PennDOT invite the public to attend a meeting on June 26, 2024, from 6 – 7:30 p.m. regarding the lower Chartiers Avenue roadway improvement […]

Work at 602 Chartiers project shifts from stabilization to demolition

PROJECT UPDATE – It is with deep disappointment that we provide the following update on our stabilization work at the former Bank of McKees Rocks building at 602 Chartiers Ave.  In March of this year, a rear portion of the […]

‘The Role of Women in Transforming Communities’ Focus on: Adrienne Roberts

Ms. Adrienne Roberts ‘The Role of Women in Transforming Communities’ Focus on: Adrienne Roberts By Sonja Reis McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania – During a recent NeighborWorks Training Institute program, I participated in a class entitled “The Role of Women in Transforming Communities.” […]


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